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JamieLynn and Nicholas Married | Deep Cut Gardens | The Gramercy at Lakeside Manor

Jay and Nick got Married!

Ceremony at St Clare’s on Staten Island. Portraits were taken at the always beautiful Deep Cut Gardens.  

Then the raging reception was held at The Gramercy at Lakeside Manor.  

Entertainment by Mike G with Partners in Sound Rocked the House!  

The always talented Bamboo Salon did an amazing job making this already beautiful bride and her girls look as perfect as perfect is.

Flowers and centerpieces done by Eltingville Florist.  

The Gown was a sweetheart strapless princess cut dress, ivory, embellished belt, purchased at the Wedding Salon of Manhassat, the designer was Lazaro, toped off with a Swarvoski Crystal head band and a cathedral veil with appliqués.


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Photos by The Bleu Studio featuring Charley Sweet

How to Choose the Perfect Venue for Your Wedding

 A wedding is the most important day of your life, and you would surely want it to be special and unique. Although it is a great occasion and a celebration of love and life, it can also be quite a task to organize a wedding. It can be painfully difficult to get the right venue… Read more >>

Planning Your Bridal Shower – Ten Ideas

It’s the traditional bridal shower only with a refreshing spin. Let’s talk some fun bridal shower ideas that you can use:   Cooking classes: Including cooking classes taught by a professional chef as a part of the bridal shower, is a great idea if the bride-to-be is a foodie. It is not only an interesting… Read more >>

How Many Bridesmaids Should I Have?

The tradition of making bridesmaids an integral part of the wedding ceremony came into vogue many years ago. Bridesmaids were to serve as the bride’s trusted accomplices and infantry and keep scorned suitors at bay, when the bride went to the Groom’s community, back in the day. Even in Roman wedding tradition, bridesmaids would dress… Read more >>

Are You Scheduling Enough Time for Your Wedding Photography

Between following up with the wedding caterer and finalizing wedding favors, we know that you’ll have little to no time to chalk out the wedding photography timeline. Of course, that does not mean that you should be sidelining the wedding photography entirely, simply because it’s you big day, and you want to get as much… Read more >>

Is the Garter Bouquet Toss Going Out of Style?

Is the Garter/Bouquet Toss Going Out of Style? What Are Some Alternatives?  It’s about time that we moved on from the age-old bouquet toss tradition, where scared-to-be-spinsters claw at each other with all fierceness, as if this were the very last shot that they had at marriage, for sheer comic relief. Don’t even get us… Read more >>

Announcing Your Wedding to Invitees

Many happy couples want to share beautiful images of their love with their friends and family in the days leading up to their nuptial ceremony. Typically, weddings have been the domain of photographers who document the wedding and reception with still images.   Sometimes, an engaged couple will decide that they want a video recording… Read more >>

What is the New American Wedding?

A wedding can be a traditional celebration of pure love that mirrors the timeless qualities of your union, or it can be an original statement on what it is to love someone and share that message of love with your community of friends and family. As we move into a new year, The Bleu Studio… Read more >>

The Hunt for the Right Wedding Photographer

The hunt for the right wedding photographer can take so many different choices into account that parsing through all of them can seem like a great, if not exactly thrilling, adventure. There are so many things to consider, so many issues that could turn unexpectedly into a major pitfall if you don’t answer certain questions… Read more >>

The Art of the Winter Wedding

Winter weather is here, but for many brides the season is just heating up. Picking a winter wedding date may seem a little unusual, but the regal elegance of fresh snow piling atop a church spire may just be the picturesque setting you’ve been seeking. If you’re contemplating a winter wedding, or you’ve already set… Read more >>